1 edition of Black social dance in television advertising found in the catalog.
Black social dance in television advertising
Carla Stalling Huntington
Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-187) and index.
|Statement||Carla Stalling Huntington|
|LC Classifications||GV1624.7.A34 H86 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||2011022257|
Advertising. The National Black Book Festival, to be held Oct. , in Houston, provides a variety of advertising opportunities for authors, publishers, entrepreneurs and corporations that may or may not be able to attend the actual event. The following advertising opportunities are available. In examining the language used by African Americans in advertising, this sociolinguistic study finds that only 14% of a sample of current television ads with black actors use grammatical features from African American Vernacular English (AAVE), while only 34% used AAVE phonological features.
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The influence of dance upon consumers has long been understood by advertisers. This work investigates the use of black social dance in television advertising.
Covering the s through the s in the United States, dance is shown to provide value to brands and to affect consumption experiences. Black Social Dance in Television Advertising: An Analytical History - Kindle edition by Huntington, Carla Stalling.
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[Carla Stalling Walter] -- "This work investigates the anthropologic aesthetic of black social dance in television advertising. Covering the s through in the United. "This work investigates the anthropologic aesthetic of black social dance in television advertising.
Covering the s through in the United States, each decade is explored as dance is shown to provide value to brands, thus effecting consumption. The influence of dance upon consumers has long been understood by advertisers.
This work investigates the use of black social dance in television advertising. Covering the s through the s in the United States, dance is shown to provide value to brands and to affect consumption experiences.
An interdisciplinary work drawing upon anthropological, phenomenological and cultural. dance is a viable aspect of persuasion in television advertising—that is not there by accident.
To this end, there has been much discussion and research into the effects of television advertising on consumers, ranging from cognitive to affective to cultural explorations and studies, within low and high levels of involvement.
Living. In this essay, Matthew Delmont examines four programs that brought music and dance to southern and border state television audiences in the s and s. Arguing that television provided creative outlets for some black teens during segregation, Delmont focuses on three black teen shows, The Mitch Thomas Show from Wilmington, Delaware (–), Teenage Frolics (–), hosted by.
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Black culture had a real influence on dance and other art forms in the 20th century. After the American civil war a surge of people from the Caribbean and Deep South migrated into North American cities. In New York the district of Harlem became home to black people from different cultural traditions.
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